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10 Things the Media Aren't Telling You About the Zimmerman Case

In the wake of the Zimmerman not-guilty verdict, the media's outright lies, race-baiting, misinformation, shrillness, downplaying of events inconvenient to their narrative, and hysterical and dangerous stoking of racial animus, have been in fifth-gear 24/7 for going on five days now. Here are ten facts the media are not reporting... Jul 17, 2013 8:41 AM PT

Man Beaten, Robbed at Zimmerman Protest 'Because He Was Latino'

Hidden beneath a benign Los Angeles Times headline that reads, "Peaceful protesters lament L.A.'s violent Zimmerman demonstrations," is the shameful story of Cuauhtemoc Negrete, a man who was beaten and robbed at an anti-Zimmerman protest. Negrete, who was with a large group protesting the verdict when the assault occurred, believes he was targeted because he is Hispanic. Jul 17, 2013 6:04 AM PT

AP Tweets #StandWithWendy

Associated Press tweeted a tweet with the hashtag #StandWithWendy Friday evening. The hashtag is considered advocacy in support of Wendy Davis, the Texas state Democrat who famously filibustered the Texas bill that made abortions illegal after the unborn child was older then 20 weeks. Jul 16, 2013 1:23 PM PT

CNN: Zimmerman Prosecutor Cut Black Juror For Watching Fox News

During a CNN segment Tuesday, guest Michael Skolnick, the political director for Global Grind, a site owned by Russell Simmons, revealed that a potential black juror for the George Zimmerman trial was axed by the prosecutor for being a Fox News watcher. Jul 16, 2013 1:01 PM PT

LIST: Violence, Lawlessness Since Zimmerman Verdict... *UPDATED to 35*

This is a far from comprehensive list of reported acts of lawlessness (violence, vandalism, trespassing, drug use, arrests, assault, etc.) that have been reported by various media outlets. In just three days, we are already up to 21. These incidents include assault, vandalism, and the extremely dangerous practice of blocking freeway traffic. Jul 16, 2013 10:30 AM PT

Video: CBS Reporter Assaulted While Covering Zimmerman Protest

While covering a local protest of George Zimmerman's Saturday acquittal in Crenshaw, California, a CBS reporter and photographer were assaulted. Reporter Dave Bryan was in the middle of a recorded interview with a protester when two unidentified men came up behind him and assaulted Bryan and his crew. CBS LA reports that "the crew was treated for minor injuries." Jul 16, 2013 7:34 AM PT

AP: Trayvon 'Black,' Zimmerman 'Identifies Himself as Hispanic'

The Associated Press correctly identifies teenage shooting victim Trayvon Martin as black. Like most of the rest of the media, though, Gerstein cannot seem to bring himself to identify Zimmerman as what he is: Hispanic. Instead, Gerstein writes, "Martin was black, and Zimmerman identifies himself as Hispanic." Jul 16, 2013 6:17 AM PT

Poll: 'Modest Public Interest' In Zimmerman Trial

One of the first polls is out involving the trial of George Zimmerman, the man acquitted in the fatal shooting of teenager Trayvon Martin, and what it shows is a dramatic lack of interest among the public. Only 26% of the public followed the trial "very closely," which ranks it below various developments in media stories that swirled around O.J. Simpson, Rodney King, Henry Gates, and Amadou Diallo. Jul 16, 2013 5:43 AM PT

CNN Legal Analysts Don't Hide Anti-Zimmerman Bias

In the immediate aftermath of the not-guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial, two CNN legal analysts who are presented to viewers as unbiased experts, made their biases very clear and public. Jeffrey Toobin took to Twitter, while Sonny Hostin expressed her shock and disappointment on the air. Jul 15, 2013 11:37 AM PT

Zimmerman Verdict Ratings: Fox News #1, MSNBC Humiliated

TV by the Numbers reports that during the Saturday evening hour when the verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman was announced, once again, Fox News was "The Most Trusted Name in News" -- the place the most people tuned to when major news broke. A total of 3.682 million tuned into Fox News. Jul 15, 2013 10:47 AM PT

NBC's Sharpton Plans Protests In 100 Cities

During MSNBC's 11 am hour, above a chyron that read, "More Marches, Protests Planned in Coming Days, Weeks," MSNBC anchor Al Sharpton said that he and his National Action Network are "mobilizing" protests in 100 cities. Sharpton made clear that the protests were meant to pressure the Justice Department into taking legal action against George Zimmerman. Jul 15, 2013 9:19 AM PT

CNN Pressures Zimmerman Jury to 'Answer Questions Publicly'

For reasons no one with an IQ above room temperature needs spelled out, both federal and state laws protect the anonymity of jurors. Monday morning on CNN, though, anchor Carol Costello said, "I understand [the jury's desire to remain anonymous] during trial, but after the trial when everything is over -- we live in a transparent society, should jurors remain anonymous?" This, as the chyron screamed about the "countless questions" that remain unanswered. Jul 15, 2013 7:30 AM PT

Nancy Grace Still Falsely Claiming Zimmerman Said 'F**king Coon'

A full fifteen months after CNN's audiotape enhancement debunked Zimmerman's use of the word "coon," Nancy Grace, the star and face of CNN's sister network Headline News, is still falsely telling viewers that Zimmerman described Trayvon as a "f**king coon." Moreover, HLN didn't even bleep out the phrase. Jul 15, 2013 6:55 AM PT

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